Why We Love This
This super easy dessert is something the kids can help you make while keeping your kitchen clean for your guests. The no-fuss allergen friendly options make it great for all of your guests to eat without fear.
- Gluten Free
- Dairy Free
- Peanut Free
- Soy Free
- Kid's Cook
1 package white chocolate or vanilla pudding mix
2 cups 2% milk (or 1+ cup non-dairy milk)
1 cup Big Green Tomato Chocolate Espresso Granola
8 ounces fresh raspberries
This is a rich and indulgent dessert! Do you really care what the nutrition count is today?
1) Make pudding to package directions if you are using cow’s milk. If using non-dairy milk, the package directions will tell you it can’t be done. Wrong!! Find a non-dairy milk that’s a little thicker such as Califia Farms Coconut Cream and Almond Milk. Start with 1 cup of ‘milk’ and whisk-in the pudding mix. Once it is whisked smooth, add more ‘milk’ until it’s as thick or thin as you want it.
2) Take four clear-glass dessert cups and begin layering – start with a small amount of pudding spooned into the bottom, add a layer of raspberries, and then more pudding. Top with ¼ cup of Big Green Tomato Chocolate Espresso Granola.
a layer of raspberries, and then more pudding. Top with ¼ cup of Big Green Tomato Chocolate Espresso Granola.
If making ahead, layer the pudding and raspberries and set in the fridge, just before serving, top with the granola so it remains crunchy.
Keep it clean – before layering, transfer pudding into a re-sealable bag, remove all of the air, and seal the bag. Then squeeze the pudding into one of the bottom corners and snip off about a quarter inch of the corner. Pipe your pudding neatly into each cup.
Mason jars, martini glasses, and champagne flutes are a fun change up to your table. Everything is better when it’s tiny; use shot glasses or juice tumblers and have a bigger party.
The contrasts of white pudding, red raspberries, and dark Chocolate Espresso Granola colors will pop in clear glass.